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Needs Assessment Survey

Parents and Community Members,

Our school district has requested a Needs Assessment Survey conducted by the Iowa Association of School Boards (IASB). The survey is designed to help us assess our strengths and areas of needed improvement, with a focus on improved student achievement. We would like your opinions and judgments in response to the brief survey linked below. The survey takes an average of 9 minutes to complete. All responses are anonymous. Just copy and paste the link below into your browser and follow the instructions. Thank you for your participation and helping to make improvements for our students.

http://lsurvey.ia-sb.org/index.php?r=survey/index&sid=91917&lang=en
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West Monona Soap Co

Supporting Socks for Soldiers, the WM Soap Co team is ready to send their first batch of soap! Accompanied with handmade washcloths from Marcy Weiner and other local knitters, these handmade soaps will be sent to active duty members overseas.
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School Supplies Donation

Shannon Forke, Dianne Kelley and Judy Reinke made a school supply delivery to West Monona Elementary on behalf of the Hoffman Agency. The funds used for the donations were raided through the Pie in the Face. The supplies are very much appreciated and will be used by our students and teachers throughout the year. We love the support of our community!
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Dr. Ryan Wise, Director of the Iowa Dept. of Education Visits

West Monona Elementary was honored by a visit from Dr. Ryan Wise on Friday, September 29. Dr. Wise is the director of the Iowa Department of Education. Mrs. Black invited Dr. Wise to visit and see all of the wonderful things that West Monona is doing in literacy education! Dr. Wise took a tour of our fantastic facility with 5th graders, Trevor Jackson, Chase Lander, Aubrey Yanke, and Jaci McMinamen. He also visited classrooms to see interventions, such as guided reading plus, and the workshop framework in action. He visited Ms. Reinke's and Mrs. Fox's interventions with students. Then he was able to observe the workshop framework in literacy in Mrs. Krueger's and Mrs. Christo's rooms. It was a great day! We had discussions about education in the state of Iowa and much, much more. Julie Trepa, West Monona Superintendent, Kathy Westergaard, Instructional Coach, Regina Henschen, Peer Coach, Bart Heisterkamp, West Monona Board Member, joined Mary Black, Principal, in the tour and discussions.
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